I am still confused as to why this comes with the RAM sinks. The heat spreader is already installed and doesn't come off very easily. Also if you do pull off the heat spreader without flexing the ram to the point where it breaks the included ran sinks will not cover all the ram cips. The way the ram is laid out on the DIMM you would need four of these ram sinks to cover all the RAM. You could use the heat spreader on one side and the RAM sinks on the other, but then half of the chips are cooled better, and the hotter chips would be the limiting factor when trying to overclock anyways. Also the clips will not fit on when the ram sinks are on one side. I guess that really isn't important because in my opinion the clips do nothing. The heat spreaders are actually stuck on with dual sided adhesive tape, which I have serious questions about the thermal conductivity of. Thermaltake did not even take the white sticker labels off the ram before they stuck the heat spreaders on.
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